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Hi I'm Bryce Taylor

I'm growing up in Morgan, Utah and I have been called to serve. I'm going to the Uganda, Kampala mission I report June 28th.

About Me

I love riding my dirt bike or mountain bike or really anything with wheels that goes fast and that is normally dangerous. I love talking with people and am very much an extrovert. I love where I live and the people around me.

Why I am a Mormon

I know this is true. It's been testified to me. The spirit has bore witness to my heart of the truthfulness of this great work. Through this knowledge and the gifts I have been given I have felt true joy. I've never felt anything like the feeling of the spirit. It is better than anything on this earth. I know because of my faith that i can enjoy the blessings of eternal life. I am extremely grateful for the blessings I have received and i will continue my diligent efforts so i can bring these blessings into the lives of others.

How I live my faith

I do the simple things so i have a strong foundation. I read and pray night and day. I rely on christ and the atonement and appreciate the help that gives me. Through this help i receive personally i am able to serve and be an instrument in God's hands. I serve in the ways possible and try to live my life in accordance to God's will.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Bryce Taylor
A testimony is an individual endeavor. It si given to you by your commitment to the gospel. It doesn't come fast and it grows line on line just little bits at a time. For me it's a sure knowledge in christ that i can rely on him for strength and that he will always love me and be by my side. If you want to gain a testimony for yourself rea the Book of Mormon, pray to God and close in the name of christ. By doing this you can taste of the joy the gospel has to offer to people who seek understanding with a pure and true motive. Show more Show less